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RepRisk’s Business Intelligence will be an input to SASB’s Sustainable Accounting Practices

So as to harness the power of business intelligence provided by big data, the Sustainability and Accounting Standard Board has decided to avail of RepRisk’s services and use it as a form of input, amongst others, to develop verifiable Sustainable Accounting Standards. RepRisk is a leader in the...

Tiny Robots Able to Carry Loads with Super Strenght

Researchers at Stanford University have presented a series of tiny robots that can climb vertical surface like a gecko, and lift loads weighing significantly more than their own weight. Miniature robots are able to move on the vertical walls thanks to a special glue, marked on their limbs. Robot,...

The Integration of renewable energies for sustainable production of Water, Food and Energy

Companies are increasingly approaching the problem of water, food and energy security through an integrated approach. These technologies are not only sustainable and green but go a long way to reduce carbon emissions. As per a news report, the demand for energy is set to rise by 35% by 2035...

NASA Launched a Program Searching for Extraterrestrial Life

Today, NASA's employees launched a special "Climate Programme", which tries to find extraterrestrial life in the universe. This project is unique in its kind. On Monday, April 20, specialists from NASA launched the start of the program, which will be aimed to identify the existence of alien life in...

Smart Farming takes root in South Africa

Agriculture has always been a poor neglected sector. But it need not be so. Modern methods have smartened the process, and in South Africa and Dube AgriZone is on such example. Agriculture is one of the main industries in developing nations and in many an instances it is a backbone of the economy....

Apple opens ResearchKit to App developers

US technology giant Apple  has opened its  ResearchKit app to doctors and scientists and the app developers working with them. More than 600,000 iPhone users have already enrolled in the first batch of research apps, developed using ResearchKit to study asthma, breast cancer,...

Big Data comes to the rescue of the Environment

Irrespective of the fact of whether you like Mosanto or not, the huge benefits of data driven agriculture appears to be the smartest way for farmers. Way back in 1989, a film makers from Los Angeles made a nature documentary that has turned many a head. Lionel Friedberg, was the first film maker to...

A New Supercomputer to Be Made in USA

US Department of Energy announced of allocating $ 200 million to create fastest supercomputers in the world for government purpose. Argonne National Laboratory belonging to the Ministry is charged with developing Aurora supercomputer, the next most powerful "electronic brain" on the planet will be...

DJI’s Drone Revolution – Phantom 3

DJI unveils 4K video equipped, Phantom 3 drone. The world leader in manufacturing camera drones, DJI unveiled its latest Phantom 3 Drone at an event in New York City. DJI’s Phantom series of drones have been surprisingly amazing. Amazon builds drones for commercial purposes, while the biggest...

Canada’s Glaciers - To Suffer Huge Meltdown by 2100

The climatic changes worldwide are not good for the survival of glaciers. World’s one of the most amazing and picturesque mountain region, Canada is filled with glaciers. By the end of 21st century, almost 70% of the glaciers will fade away in Canada. The continuously warming temperature is posing...
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